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TB777 - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 10:08 AM

The plot thickens...46 and Burgess look like they've got a bit of work to do before this afternoon. Vermeulen gotta be happy with those times especially given it may very well chuck it down tomorrow.

Chingchong chinaman - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 10:15 AM

Looks alot like the great white circling the seal pups again like last time out. Rossi was cruising on the soft rubber(thanks BS, not)... Rossi has been 1 to 1 and half secs faster than Colin forever even on Colins RC51 superbike... In 2006 Rossi was so fast here is was unbelievable, corse the bike blew up... Incidently had to watch it in spanish who the hell is James Toastland??? are they taking the pee?? Anyway go motogphaypay?? from spain...

VRob - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 10:16 AM

Sounds like Gibernau's out with a bust collarbone. I wonder if rain fell again during the last part of the session, as all the times became slower?

RXRacer - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 10:38 AM

"The great Vale, foxing once again.."

Lol. I love Rossi groupies. If he's fast, he's the best. If he's slow, he's 'foxing', and still the best.

Damn Rossi has it good. In the eyes of his more delusional fans (which is most of them) he couldn't be anything but a god even if he tried.

I guarantee you he's not foxing. He will no doubt be challenging for the win come race day, but no rider pretends to be 1.5secs off the pace. Even Rossi. He hasn't looked this ordinary in practice so far this year, and there's no points for 'most improved rider' on Sunday.

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